‘ve been following the activities of the “Quackbusters” for about five years, ever since the name Stephen Barrett (quackwatch.com) came up, as a player, against a client of mine in California. I asked the question “why would this group be using a doctor from Pennsylvania, as their witness, when there are 300,000 health professionals in this State?”
Thus began my education. Now I’m going to educate YOU…
The “quackbuster” operation is a conspiracy. It is a propaganda enterprise, one part crackpot, two parts evil. It’s sole purpose is to discredit, and suppress, in an “anything goes” attack mode, what is wrongfully named “Alternative Medicine.” It has declared war on reality. The conspirators are acting in the interests of, and are being paid, directly and indirectly, by the “conventional” medical-industrial complex.
Millions of health freedom fighters, and members of the public, worldwide, know what I know. Public outrage and reaction is growing. After 25 years of unopposed success, the “Quackbusters” are now in real trouble… “The end” for them, has begun. They, themselves are being hunted.
The “Quackbuster Conspiracy” is in a desperate place now. They know they’ve lost the war, and are going to pay a terrible price for their actions. The fear is in their eyes…
Yes. When the self-named “Quackbusters” stumbled around to find a derisive name to call their victims, they picked the word “Quack,” without ever bothering to discover it’s origins. Its original meaning, from Europe, comes from the term “quacksalver” which was used to describe Dentists who were dumb enough to use mercury (a poison) as fillings for teeth. Look at propagandist, and “Quackbuster” king-pin, Stephen Barrett’s website (quackwatch.com), and you’ll find that HE IS IN FAVOR of mercury (amalgam) tooth fillings.
Barrett, his cronies, and minions, are not known to do intelligent research.
Yes. The “Quackbuster Conspiracy” was started shortly after the American Medical Association (AMA) lost the court battle to the Chiropractors in a case begun in Federal court in 1976. The Federal judge ordered the AMA’s covert operation shut down – and leave the Chiropractors alone. The AMA files, library, etc., ended up in Stephen Barrett’s 1,800 square foot basement in Allentown, PA. Barrett, and his minions, had the common sense to stay away from criticizing Chiropractors for quite some time. Barrett has since abandoned that common sense.
Federal judges have a way of enforcing their decisions using shackles, Federal Marshals, the federal prison facilities, asset seizure, etc… Even Barrett, in all his incredible arrogance, isn’t dumb enough to match wills with a Federal Judge. I think the Chiropractic Association should consider re-opening the Wilks case in front of that same Federal Judge – and point right at Barrett, and his cronies.
In that early, educational case for me in California, Stephen Barrett and two slime-ball investigators from the California Medical Board, had convinced members of the Laguna Beach Police Department that a nutritionist using ozone therapy was “a sex criminal preying on women.” Flak-jacketed thugs screwed a gun into Salvatore D’Onofrio’s ear, forced him to lie on the ground, and thus began a brutal, anything goes, persecution.
D’Onofrio’s attorney was a hiking partner of mine, and told me the story on a ridgeline, seven miles up from a trailhead. I laugh now when I remember my naive response “This can’t be happening in America.”
Sal D’Onofrio, through his attorney, hired us, at day 43 in solitary confinement in the Orange County Jail. He was in “solitary” because that’s what they do with sex criminals. He was in jail because the judge had set bail at $500,000, an amount his supporters couldn’t raise. Barrett’s minions were ruining D’Onofrio’s life in the press.
We organized a bail hearing for day 48 of incarceration, put 62 of D’Onofrio’s supporters in the courtroom, LA network television in the jury box, got the front page of the LA Times, etc., etc., etc., – and the judge let D’Onofrio out on his own recognizance. Seven weeks later the prosecutor dropped the charges.
Who are these people that would, so casually, inflict that kind of nightmare on an innocent man?
James Carter, MD’s authoritative book “Racketeering In Medicine,” published by Hampton Roads, carefully explains the “Quackbuster Conspiracy.”